Versailles girls cross country team ranked 14th in OATCCC state rankings


COLUMBUS – Versailles’ girls are ranked 14th in the state in the Ohio Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches’ week one poll.

The Versailles girls are ranked 14th in Division III behind Minster, McDonald, Columbus Grove, Fort Loramie, Mt. Gilead, Pettisville, St. Henry, West Liberty-Salem, Galion Northmor, Liberty Center, St. Thomas Aqunas, Fredericktown and Russia.

Versailles’ girls cross country team is the only Darke County squad ranked in this week’s OATCCC state poll.

Other teams with local connections in the poll include the Centerville boys from the Greater Western Ohio Conference being ranked sixth in Division I, the Centerville girls from the GWOC being ranked first in Division I, the Troy girls from the GWOC being ranked sixth in Division I, the Beavercreek girls from the GWOC being ranked seventh in Division I, the Springboro girls from the GWOC being ranked 16th in Division I, the Tippecanoe girls from the GWOC being ranked first in Division II, the Minster boys from the Midwest Athletic Conference being ranked 12th in Division III, the Parkway boys from the MAC being ranked 18th in Division III, the Minster girls from the MAC being ranked first in Division III, the St. Henry girls from the MAC being ranked seventh in Division III and the Covington girls from the Cross County Conference being ranked 18th in Division III.

For more information on the OATCCC and its state rankings, visit its website at www.oatccc.com.

OATCCC state rankings

Division I boys

1. Hudson 229 (5)

2. Hilliard Davidson 227 (7)

3. St Xavier 208

4. St Ignatius 185

5. Medina 183

6. Centerville 177

7. Pickerington North 135

8. Kenston 126

9. Lancaster 119

10. Olentangy Liberty 114

11. Pickerington Central 99

12. Massilon Jackson 97

13. Kings 91

14. Solon 64

15. Dublin Jerome 61

16. Carroll 60

17. Mason 55

18. Defiance 54

19. Perrysburg 52

20. Elder 43

Division I girls

1. Centerville 239 (11)

2. Hilliard Davidson 200

3. Hudson 197

4. Gahanna Lincoln 175

5. Olentangy Liberty 163

6. Troy 144

7. Beavercreek 131

7.Mason 131 (1)

9. Ursuline 128

10. Granville 122

11. Thomas Worthington 111

12. Medina 108

13. Turpin 99

14.Lakota East 95

15. Twinsburg 94

16.Springboro 79

17. Medina Highland 59

18. St. Joseph Academy 48

19. Olentangy 41

20. Brunswick 36

Division II boys

1. Unioto 235 (8)

2. Lexington 217 (3)

3. Woodridge 198 (1)

4. Akron St. Vincent St. Mary 179

5. Indian Hill 174

6. Rocky River 157

7. Bay 151

8. Heath 148

9. Buckeye Valley 131

10. Springfield Shawnee 127

11. Tuslaw 99

12. NDCL 89

13. Oakwood 67

14. Sheridan 57

15. Van Wert 48

16. Eaton 45

17. Madeira 43

18. CVCA 41

19. Milan Edison 38

20. Napoleon 33

20. Wauseon 33

Division II girls

1. Tippecanoe 206 (4)

2. Lexington 205 (5)

3. Akron St. Vincent St. Mary 202 (2)

4. Woodridge 188 (1)

5. Chagrin Falls 178

6. CVCA 166

6. Poland Seminary 166

8. Athens 124

9. Minerva 119

9. Fairfield Union 119

11. Defiance 101

12. Tusky Valley 95

13. Bellbrook 91

14. Dover 83

15. Springfield Shawnee 77

16. Beaumont 71

17. Ashtabula Edgewood 60

18. Oakwood 55

19. Marlington 52

20. Wyoming 49

Division III boys

1. Leesburg Fairfield 238 (10)

2. Fort Loramie 207 (2)

3. Colonel Crawford 201

4. Smithville 194

5. Liberty Center 185

6. Columbus Academy 158

7. Mapleton 153

8. East Canton 149

9. Maplewood 144

10. Mt. Gilead 109

10.Houston 109

12. Minster 108

13. McDonald 106

13. New London 106

15. Fredericktown 86

16. Carey 59

17. Caldwell 40

18. Parkway 34

19. Seneca East 24

20. Lincolnview 19

Division III girls

1. Minster 240 (12)

2. McDonald 222

3. Columbus Grove 194

4. Fort Loramie 189

5. Mt. Gilead 174

6. Pettisville 147

7. St. Henry 145

8. West Liberty-Salem 130

9. Galion Northmor 107

10. Liberty Center 105

10.St. Thomas Aqunas 105

12. Fredericktown 104

13. Russia 92

14. Versailles 89

15. Gilmour Academy 76

16. Hawken 71

17. Hopewell Loudon 52

18. Covington 45

19. Centerburg 35

20. Collins Western Reserve 34

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Versailles senior Megan Rismiller runs during the Bob Schul Invitational on Saturday at Milton-Union.
http://www.dailyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2017/08/web1_Megan-Rismiller-WEB.jpgVersailles senior Megan Rismiller runs during the Bob Schul Invitational on Saturday at Milton-Union. Kyle Shaner | The Daily Advocate

By Kyle Shaner

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